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Located 10 km southwest of the centre of the city, is the Copernicus Airport Wrocław (WRO). It is the main international gateway into the city and has one passenger terminal and one cargo terminal. 

Transit to and from the city is by bus, taxi, or car rental.

Quick facts about Wroclaw

Car rent

from $ 12 per day

Hotel booking

from $ 35 per night

Currency

PLN
Polish zloty
Reference average prices in Wroclaw

🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant

$ 6.40

🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course

$ 32.02

🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)

$ 2.13

🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)

$ 0.91

🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)

$ 604

Best time to visit Wroclaw

The best time to explore the city
from May to September
Prices
Hotels from $35
Temperature
Wrocław is coldest in January when the average temperature is -2.1 °C, and hottest in July when temperatures average 17.7 °C. The average annual temperature for Wrocław is is 8.4 °C.
Precipitation
Average annual rainfall in Wrocław is 551 mm. February is the driest month, receiving 25 mm of rainfall and July is the wettest with up to 82 mm of rain.

The weather

The best time to visit Wrocław is from May to September, when the weather is mild and relatively dry. 

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A highlight of Poland, Wrocław is one of the top tourist destinations of Eastern Europe.

Located in western Poland, along the banks of the Oder River, the city has had a most turbulent history during which it was passed repeatedly between a number of countries and several kingdoms before that.

Despite its past, the city has been able to rebuild itself and emerge rich in culture, architecture and ethnic diversity. 

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Things to do in Wroclaw

A city rich in Polish culture, Wrocław has a lot to explore and take in. From its Gothic Old Town Hall with its astronomical clock, to the Market Square with its modern fountain and beautiful townhouses along its fringes, to the banks of the lovely Oder River and more. 

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Ostrów Tumski (Cathedral Island)

The oldest part of the city, Ostrów Tumski, known in English as Cathedral Island, used to be an island between branches of the Ode River. One of the most historically significant parts of Wrocław, this peaceful and relaxing location across the river has a high concentration of religious buildings. Access to the area is by the Piaskowy Bridge, which will lead you into this pretty and quaint quarter which has a church at almost every corner and is illuminated by ancient gas lamps at night. 

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The Wrocław Africarium

Wrocław Zoo is the oldest and largest in the country and also the most visited zoo in Poland. Asides having the third most species of any attraction across the globe, the zoo is home to an Africarium which is devoted to exhibiting ecosystems from the continent of Africa. 

Opened in 2014, the Africarium complex has saltwater and freshwater aquariums for various animal species like brown sharks, rays, hippos and crocodiles. It also has several different environments, which include, the Mozambique Canal and Congo Jungle, Red Sea Beach and reed and East Africa.



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Wroclaw Old Town

Explore the city’s Old Town and hunt for little bronze gnomes, all 350 of them, as you stroll from street to street. With much to see in this area, a simple tour in the daytime can be very rewarding. From streets lined with numerous Baroque gabled townhouses, to the tower at the city’s tallest church, St Elizabeth, along with the Market square and the flower market at Plac Solny. Not forgetting some of the most preserved buildings from the 1600s and 1700s on Stare Jatki, in the old butchers’ quarter. 

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Market Square (Rynek)

One of the largest Market Squares in Europe at 3.8 hectares, the Wrocław’s Market Square has a layout that has barely changed since it was first planned in the 13th century. 

Asides the market itself, other attractions in the square include the Zdrój fountain, as well as the statue of the writer, Aleksander Fredro, the Town Hall and the pillory from 1492 next to it, all set against the backdrop of rows of colourful buildings. 

Wroclaw Cuisine​

Authentic Polish food is quite cheap, delicious and usually served in large portions. There are dishes for vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters alike. 

Some of the dishes you would likely come across in the city of Wrocław include, podpłomyk a popular baked dish of flat bread, made with honey, cheese or ham. 

There’s also paczki, which are similar to doughnuts and usually eaten on the last Thursday before the beginning of Lent, usually known as Tlusty Czwartek, or Fat Thursday. 

A popular dessert to try would be the Polish cheesecake, sernik, made from delicious curd cheese. 

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